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  • Louise Fitzhugh | Carle Museum
    Adults Educators Sign Up Book a Group For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Past Education Our Approach Reggio Emilia Group Tours Youth Students Adults Self Guided For Adults Educators Sign Up Book a Group For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Art Studio Libraries Simmons College Book Lists Give Join Make a Gift Why Give Membership Business Members Carle Honors Gifts of Art Planned Giving About Us Mission History Founders Leadership Press Press Releases Work at The Carle Internship Program Job Listing Facility Rental Info Request Contact Us Donation Request Shop Customer Care Contact Us Returns Blogs Picture Books Making Art Past Exhibitions Louise Fitzhugh IN THE Central Gallery Harriet the Spy Turns Fifty May 20 November 30 2014 Louise Fitzhugh s Harriet the Spy turns fifty in 2014 To celebrate this golden anniversary The Carle is organizing an exhibition of original drawings from the book Initially Harriet Co will return to New York City premiering at The Forbes Galleries from March 7 to May 3 2014 Subsequently these drawings will be joined by those from the sequel The Long Secret and be on view from May 20 until November 30 2014 Random House is publishing a 50th anniversary commemorative edition with appreciations from among others Judy Blume and Lois Lowry Support for Harriet The Spy Turns Fifty has been generously provided by Random House Children s Books Share Back To Top The mission of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art a non profit organization in Amherst MA is to inspire a love of art and reading through picture books The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art 125 West Bay Road Amherst MA 01002 413 658 1100 Visit Hours Admission Directions Plan Your Visit Virtual Tour Group Tours Youth Students Adults Self Guided In

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/louise-fitzhugh (2016-02-12)
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  • Antonio Frasconi | Carle Museum
    a Group For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Art Studio Libraries Simmons College Book Lists Give Join Make a Gift Why Give Membership Business Members Carle Honors Gifts of Art Planned Giving About Us Mission History Founders Leadership Press Press Releases Work at The Carle Internship Program Job Listing Facility Rental Info Request Contact Us Donation Request Shop Customer Care Contact Us Returns Blogs Picture Books Making Art Past Exhibitions Antonio Frasconi IN THE East Gallery Into the Wood Antonio Frasconi s Art for Children March 16 June 13 2010 Legendary artist Antonio Frasconi turns ninety one this year Raised in Uruguay by Italian parents Frasconi came to New York to pursue his dream of being an artist and was quickly recognized as one of the most innovative illustrators of his time Best known for his intricate woodcuts and powerful social commentary Frasconi also created a beautiful series of children s books inspired by the birth of his sons Pablo and Miguel One of his best known See and Say A Picture Book in Four Languages 1955 was groundbreaking a book not as much about learning to speak four different languages as it was to experience them as part of Frasconi s vision of a vast and complex world In addition to the original art from his picture books the exhibition includes books created in such small editions they are rarely available to a wide audience for viewing Click here to see a short video of Antonio Frasconi making his wood cuts The Fox and the Grapes 1950 by Antonio Frasconi Share Preview Exhibition Back To Top The mission of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art a non profit organization in Amherst MA is to inspire a love of art and reading through picture books The

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/antonio-frasconi (2016-02-12)
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  • Mordicai Gerstein | Carle Museum
    Traveling Our Collection Past Book an Exhibition Programs Events Calendar Upcoming For Adults Educators Sign Up Book a Group For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Past Education Our Approach Reggio Emilia Group Tours Youth Students Adults Self Guided For Adults Educators Sign Up Book a Group For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Art Studio Libraries Simmons College Book Lists Give Join Make a Gift Why Give Membership Business Members Carle Honors Gifts of Art Planned Giving About Us Mission History Founders Leadership Press Press Releases Work at The Carle Internship Program Job Listing Facility Rental Info Request Contact Us Donation Request Shop Customer Care Contact Us Returns Blogs Picture Books Making Art Past Exhibitions Mordicai Gerstein Back To Top The mission of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art a non profit organization in Amherst MA is to inspire a love of art and reading through picture books The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art 125 West Bay Road Amherst MA 01002 413 658 1100 Visit Hours Admission Directions Plan Your Visit Virtual Tour Group Tours Youth Students Adults Self Guided In Our Area FAQ Exhibitions Current Upcoming Traveling Our Collection Past Book an

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/mordicai-gerstein (2016-02-12)
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  • Hardie Gramatky | Carle Museum
    For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Art Studio Libraries Simmons College Book Lists Give Join Make a Gift Why Give Membership Business Members Carle Honors Gifts of Art Planned Giving About Us Mission History Founders Leadership Press Press Releases Work at The Carle Internship Program Job Listing Facility Rental Info Request Contact Us Donation Request Shop Customer Care Contact Us Returns Blogs Picture Books Making Art Past Exhibitions Hardie Gramatky IN THE Central Gallery Toot and Re Toot The Return of Hardie Gramatky s Little Toot December 21 2007 May 4 2008 A perennial favorite Hardie Gramatky s Little Toot has sold over six million copies and has never been out of print Gramatky s hero an exuberant little tugboat proves his courage when he saves a shipwrecked ocean liner during a terrible storm Gramatky who began his career at Walt Disney s studio during the Great Depression brought something entirely new to the art of the picture book an animator s pacing and flair for comic action Also a master watercolorist Gramatky s breezy technique endowed Little Toot s pages with special brightness Recently reprinted with restored colors and the original endpapers on the centenary of Gramatky s birth Little Toot continues to charm and enchant its audience In this exhibition never before seen sketches from Gramatky s Disney days and from his unpublished notebooks provide in depth view of the genesis of a classic This exhibition has been made possible in part by a gift from Matthew and Ellen Lougee Simmons and by the guidance and encouragement of Kendall and Linda Gramatky Smith Share Back To Top The mission of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art a non profit organization in Amherst MA is to inspire a love of art and reading through picture

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/hardie-gramatky (2016-02-12)
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  • Robert Ingpen | Carle Museum
    Traveling Our Collection Past Book an Exhibition Programs Events Calendar Upcoming For Adults Educators Sign Up Book a Group For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Past Education Our Approach Reggio Emilia Group Tours Youth Students Adults Self Guided For Adults Educators Sign Up Book a Group For Youth Families Sign Up Book a Group Art Studio Libraries Simmons College Book Lists Give Join Make a Gift Why Give Membership Business Members Carle Honors Gifts of Art Planned Giving About Us Mission History Founders Leadership Press Press Releases Work at The Carle Internship Program Job Listing Facility Rental Info Request Contact Us Donation Request Shop Customer Care Contact Us Returns Blogs Picture Books Making Art Past Exhibitions Robert Ingpen Back To Top The mission of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art a non profit organization in Amherst MA is to inspire a love of art and reading through picture books The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art 125 West Bay Road Amherst MA 01002 413 658 1100 Visit Hours Admission Directions Plan Your Visit Virtual Tour Group Tours Youth Students Adults Self Guided In Our Area FAQ Exhibitions Current Upcoming Traveling Our Collection Past Book an

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/robert-ingpen (2016-02-12)
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  • Ezra Jack Keats | Carle Museum
    Mission History Founders Leadership Press Press Releases Work at The Carle Internship Program Job Listing Facility Rental Info Request Contact Us Donation Request Shop Customer Care Contact Us Returns Blogs Picture Books Making Art Past Exhibitions Ezra Jack Keats IN THE East Gallery The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats June 26 October 14 2012 The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats is the first major exhibition in this country to pay tribute to award winning author and illustrator Ezra Jack Keats 1916 1983 whose beloved children s books include Whistle for Willie Peter s Chair and The Snowy Day the first modern full color picture book to feature an African American protagonist Published in 1962 at the height of the civil rights movement in America the book went on to become an inspiration for generations of readers transforming children s literature forever The exhibition curated by Claudia J Nahson of The Jewish Museum in New York City features over 70 original works by the artist from preliminary sketches and dummies or preparatory books to final paintings and collages including examples of Keats s most introspective but less known output inspired by Asian art and poetry The Snowy Day and The Art of Ezra Jack Keats is organized by The Jewish Museum New York from the collection of the de Grummond Children s Literature Collection The University of Southern Mississippi The exhibition was funded at The Jewish Museum through a generous grant from the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation Additional support was provided by the Joseph Alexander Foundation the Alfred J Grunebaum Fund and the Winnick Family Foundation thejewishmuseum org Exhibition support at The Carle has been generously provided by Penguin Young Readers Group and the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation Final illustration for Louie 1975

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/ezra-jack-keats (2016-02-12)
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  • Dorothy Kunhardt | Carle Museum
    Families Sign Up Book a Group Art Studio Libraries Simmons College Book Lists Give Join Make a Gift Why Give Membership Business Members Carle Honors Gifts of Art Planned Giving About Us Mission History Founders Leadership Press Press Releases Work at The Carle Internship Program Job Listing Facility Rental Info Request Contact Us Donation Request Shop Customer Care Contact Us Returns Blogs Picture Books Making Art Past Exhibitions Dorothy Kunhardt IN THE Central Gallery Dorothy Kunhardt s Pat the Bunny May 16 December 7 2008 Dorothy Kunhardt was already a successful children s author when she wrote the ground breaking Pat the Bunny for her 3 year old daughter Edith Pat the Bunny is a touch and feel book for small children and babies that has been a perennial best seller since its publication in 1940 It is hardly a book in the literary sense but more a collection of things to do such as pat the fake fur of a rabbit on one page feel a bit of sandpaper that stands for daddy s beard on another and look in a mirror on yet another Kunhardt thought that there was more to books than just words on paper and added elements that could increase a child s love for reading and learning The exhibition taken from the archive of the Meserve Kunhardt Foundation will explore the evolution of this innovative book as well as other facets of Kunhardt s rich and varied career Support for the exhibition Dorothy Kunhardt s Pat the Bunny has been provided in part by Random House Children s Books First published in 1940 Share Back To Top The mission of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art a non profit organization in Amherst MA is to inspire a love of art and reading

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/dorothy-kunhardt (2016-02-12)
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  • Leo Lionni | Carle Museum
    Leo Lionni the Carle is mounting a small exhibition in its Central Gallery of Geraldine the Music Mouse borrowed from the Lionni family The Museum honored Lionni in 2003 with a full retrospective one of the first exhibitions mounted at the Museum Best known for his collage technique and gentle social commentary Lionni started to create his beautiful series of children s books inspired by his grandchildren Annie and Pippo Lionni got Eric Carle his first job when Eric returned to America in 1952 and although they were not close socially their work shares elegant design and big stories told through humble animals Share IN THE Central Gallery Birds of a Feather The Art of Eric Carle and Leo Lionni May 11 December 9 2007 When Eric Carle returned to America in 1952 a meeting with Leo Lionni resulted in a friendship and a job lead The rest as they say is history Neither Eric Carle nor Leo Lionni ever imagined they later would create some of the most memorable picture books of our time The similarities between these two artists are quite striking their pictures are filled with animals and nature they drew inspiration from their childhood experiences and their early careers in graphic design can be seen in their bold simplicity and elegant sense of design From that day little by little I gave my golden feathers away Share IN THE East Gallery Leo Lionni A Passion for Creativity July 13 October 19 2003 Exploring the work of one of the most beloved picture book artists of the twentieth century this exhibition surveys Lionni s career through a selection of his major works and highlights the artist s consistant aesthetic of elegant design magical draftmanship and universal message Included are examples from Inch by Inch 1960 the story

    Original URL path: http://www.picturebookart.org/artists/leo-lionni (2016-02-12)
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